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One person CAN make a difference

The following letter was written by Missouri Convention of States supporter Linda Behle and originally published on the Springfield News-Leader.

Think one person can’t make a difference? What if Thomas Jefferson had never penned the Declaration of Independence? If Winston Churchill had never led the resistance against Nazi Germany? If Rosa Parks had chosen to sit at the back of the bus?

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Victory in Virginia committee

Thanks to the hard work of our state teams around the country, state legislators are catching the vision of how an Article V Convention of States can limit the federal government. Virginia state delegates were no different yesterday, passing our resolution out of the House Rules Committee by a vote of 9-6.

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Indiana high school student testifies in support of a Convention of States (video)

"This country is burdened by trillions of dollars in debt. Debt that will have to be paid by someone," he said. "I'm afraid that my generation or the future generations will have to bear that responsibility."

"But beyond my fear, I have hope."

Check out the video below for his full testimony!

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Tennessee becomes the 5th state to pass the Article V Convention of States resolution to rein in the federal government (video)

NASHVILLE, TN, Feb. 04—Tennessee’s 109th General Assembly made history as the House voted 59 – 31 to pass Senate Joint Resolution 67 (SJR0067), calling for a convention of states to propose amendments under Article V of the United States Constitution. The resolution, drafted by the Convention of States Project (COSP), calls for a convention to propose amendments on the following topics: “impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the terms of office for its officials and for members of Congress.”

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Indiana Senate passes Convention of States resolution

The good news keeps rolling in! This time from the Hoosier State. Check it out.

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In the News: Tennessee House poised to join Senate in call for a Convention of States

Things are looking good in Tennessee! Check out this excerpt from an article published in the Knoxville News-Sentinel:

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The most important votes of 2016 won't be cast in the Iowa caucuses

The Iowa caucuses begin tonight, and the outcome will determine which candidates get off to a hot start in the presidential primaries. But there are even more important votes being cast across the country even as we speak.

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Friday update: New Mexico House passes Convention of States resolution!

So much is happening around the country we wanted to give you a quick update before you head off for the weekend. Here's what's going on:

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Tennessee committee passes Convention of States resolution

Another state committee has passed the Convention of States resolution! 

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Huge committee victory in Indiana

Our team in Indiana has kicked off the 2016 legislative season with an incredible victory!

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